Video Resources

Becoming Aware of Print

Watch 2 year old Mira participate in activities that prepare her to have a love of reading.


Sesame Street: B is for Book (with Pharell Williams)

Pharell shares how to travel the world by grabbing a book!


Ready Rosie

This Ready Rosie Video focuses on developing vocabulary in the grocery store.


Learning Begins at Birth Video

This short video shows that what we do can really make a difference.


Parents Talking With Their Children

Watch and listen to 5 quick tips. This video models simple things we can do to develop language skills.


Phonological Awareness Video

State Support Team Region 9 partnered with Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities (OCECD) to support Parent Mentors across the state in encouraging and equipping parents in their role of developing their child’s language/literacy skills.


Responsive Interactions Video

State Support Team Region 9 partnered with Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities (OCECD) to support Parent Mentors across the state in encouraging and equipping parents in their role of developing their child’s language/literacy skills. 


The Power of Language Video

State Support Team Region 9 partnered with Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities (OCECD) to support Parent Mentors across the state in encouraging and equipping parents in their role of developing their child’s language/literacy skills. 


Seven Research Based Ways Families Promote Early Literacy Video

Positive Early Reading Experiences Set Children On A Pathway to Become Confident Readers By the Time They Reach Third Grade.

  1. Have Ongoing and Engaging Conversations with Your Child
  2. Create Literacy-Friendly Environment.
  3. Make Reading Enjoyable
  4. Hold High Expectations for Your Child’s Learning
  5. Communicate with Your Child’s Teacher
  6. Use Home Languages
  7. Visit the Library